The Church Needs Philosophers and Philosophers Need the Church

It is a good time to remind the church of the usefulness, indeed the necessity, of philosophy in service to Christ.

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How Churches Can Care for Their Pastor’s Children

Too many children of pastors are casualties in the spiritual battle.

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Scargoyle Attacks the Family

hat had begun as a successful campaign against family harmony ended with forgiveness and grace—a total failure.

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How to Create a Culture of Evangelism

There is nothing so discouraging as feeling that a church is more interested in manning the nursery than sharing the faith.

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Dear Donald Miller

Spiritual life comes by hearing, seeing, and submitting, typically in that order.

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How to Do Church—and Why

Does your theology inform your practice when it comes to the church?

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When a Church Loves a Woman

Growing up in a different kind of church, I never thought of worshiping or serving as a privilege.

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Wendell Berry and the Beauty of Membership

Too often we try on new churches like we try on new clothes and for much the same reason.

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Why I Pray Publicly for Other Churches

We’re not in this to make a name for ourselves; we’re in it to make a name for our King.

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Piper on Regrets and Retirement

Watch, stream, or download the full 30-minute interview to hear his surprising responses.

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